I have included a couple of pics but it's not rocket science. Do I need to order any special bits to make it fit, or do they just bolt straight on? Don't use a pressure bleeder, gravity and pedal action works fine. The pedal stop at this point is undamaged. I guess this explains why my biting point feels a little higher since the pedal went, and why the clutch pedal switch stop doesn't touch the switch any more i had to mod it. Remove the wire, then use an 18mm Socket to remove the bolt.
Later, when you reinstall the selector arm on the shaft, align the wide teeth as you slide the arm in place, restoring it to its original position. There isn't any clutch slip apart from when reversing up hills, just a hell of a lot of judder and it doesn't roll off the bite very easy. Hopefully the plate will free off. Service Tip: If the crank seal is leaking, now is the time to replace it. Anyway, will wait on Garage phone call. For those of you that have not suffered the clutch pedal fracture this is the fault location. Doing so gave us much more clearance and prevent interference between the head of the flange and the chassis.
Lower the transmission down, making sure the power steering line is not caught. Although this material has been prepared with the intent to provide reliable information, no warranty express or implied is made as to its accuracy or completeness. Some days it's better than others usually on hot days. The hardest but though was reconnecting the clutch slave pipe. Cross tighten until all bolts are seated.
Standard safety procedures and precautions including use of safety goggles and proper tools and equipment should be followed at all times to eliminate the possibility of personal injury or improper service which could damage the vehicle or compromise its safety. Was scratching head as clutch only done 40k so this morning put in 4th with engine off and rocked car much as you would to free sticking starting motor. I have to do this but where exactly on the engine are you holding the engine up by? Using some thin rubber mat I created a new one. Usually, I just crawl underneath the car, with a helper on top. This will move the axle outward, adding much-appreciated space between the inner drive joint and flange. More difficult on cars with air con.
The stock air box on our car has been replaced with an aftermarket air filter. The single mass flywheel conversion kit bolts directly to the crankshaft without modification, and comes with a mating clutch package that includes friction disc, pressure plate, release bearing, and pilot tool, plus new flywheel and pressure plate bolts. The clutch slave cylinder, and the clutch hydraulic system as a whole, is easier and cheaper to fix than the clutch, and certainly the transmission. Weak welds and bad design. Use a 10mm socket to remove the 2 bolts holding down the airbox.
November 10, 2016 Followup from the Pelican Staff: Yes, you will need hydraulic brake fluid. Is there a written guide for this yet? Make sure that the clutch is lined up properly so that the input shaft will slide right in. The guide was a great help but I thought I might add a bit from my experience to help others in the future. Clutch master cylinder replacement on mk4 Golf 1. Next to the lever, you can see the portion of the old clutch release bearing that faced the pressure plate fingers, which had broken off and was loose in our car. If you see a small bolt holding on a metal sheild, remove it using a 10mm socket.
Remove the wire harness from the airbox. The slave cylinder failing will make the pedal go soft or to the floor 'cos you lose the hydraulic pressure. I'm happy to replace whatever parts I should whilst the car is in bits - I just need to understand which bits should be done and why. Step 13: We feel that removing both drive flanges actually saves time and a lot of aggravation by adding wiggle room when you pull the transaxle. Note: We enlarged the clip and labeled it so you can see it better. Careful with the fluid the exhaust is close and the fluid burns easily! There are six bolts on each flange.
If you do fully strip down the assembly and remove the spring use a cable tie for spring refitting. Give our parts specialists a call at 1-888-280-7799. These seals come with a replacement flange. Strange noises that change when you push in the clutch pedal can indicate a pilot bearing or throw-out bearing beginning to fail. If you rang vwspares ask them whether that number is for the complete kit. Both drive flanges are spring-loaded. Neither is any liability assumed for loss or damage resulting from reliance on this mate- rial.
Install a flywheel lock arrow. Thanks again for the guide NooNoo. If the slave is unbolted and pulled to the side as an assembly, there is no need to bleed the system. Take a look at your clutch engagement system at the first sign of trouble, before you do any damage to these more expensive parts. It will have the procedure, special tools and torque specs. All pictures and references to the Porsche name, and the car names and shapes are for restoration reference only, and do not imply any association with Porsche.